LOOK AT THAT FACE. DO YOU FEEL THE JAYRAEG? IT IS COMING OFF THE SCREEN AT YOU RIGHT NOW.
When we last left our incompetent hero, he had attempted to attack his friend for something his friend didn't really remember, then was hoisted by his own petard (or, rather, tied up with his own zip ties), and squirmed around on the floor until Hoody rescued him. It ended with him vowing to find Tim and Alex.
Clearly this is going to be a big entry. An epic one. The...dare I say it? Ultimate Showdown of Ultimate Destiny.
Jay calls Tim, insisting he wants to apologize. In a parking lot. At night.
Tim arrives, but Jay's hopes of punching him in the face do not work, because Tim is wearing a pink helmet. This does not work for Jay because he doesn't have good aim.
Frustrated at his efforts to punch Tim in the face, Jay flees into the night, hoping to find Alex in Rosswood. Weeks go by, and then we see that Jay has grown a mustache in the interim, and has started wearing a pair of Alex's glasses, which Alex took off because clearly it impedes his laser vision.
At this point Jay is totally under The Operator's control who has forced Jay into making nature videos, hoping it will lure more victims to the forest. Alex has been forced into being the cameraman. Tim is unable to save them, because it is hard to roller blade in forests.
Luckily, Hoody arrives, with the deed to Rosswood Forest, having earned enough money to purchase the park via making cryptic threat videos for various mobsters. The Operator is evicted, but vows to return, even if that means bringing in a band to perform a cover version of "Big Yellow Taxi". The horror felt at this threat is palpable as the entry ends.